This is one of the Giverny tours which offers a unique opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Claude Monet. As you travel by minibus, watch the lush, green landscapes of the French countryside speed by as you listen to commentary provided by your driver-guide, who will take you to the small Norman village of Giverny. The artist and gardener Claude Monet lived there for 43 years, with his wife and children, until his death in 1926. During your visit, stroll along the path leading up to the house, bordered by varieties of nasturtiums and roses, and take in the multicolored flower beds and their tulips, irises, narcissi, and peonies. Follow your guide through the Clos Normand, a flower garden with numerous plants from the East, until you reach the exquisite water garden, famous for its water lilies, weeping willows, and green-painted Japanese bridge. Be captivated by the atmosphere and the play of light over the pond, made so famous by Monet's paintings. Then take your time exploring Claude Monet's pink house, his place of work and home for many years. After your visit, make the most of your free time and visit Giverny's Impressionisms Museum, dedicated to the Impressionist movement in France and abroad. You can also enjoy the village and the charming gift and book shop, housed in what was once the Water Lilies studio. Return from this small and intimate tour to your accommodation in Paris with breathtaking memories to share.